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BPRCBiomedical Primate Research Centre (Rijswijk, Netherlands)
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In that capacity, he strived to keep the growing Byrd Polar Research Center well supported.
The book contains few typographical errors; the three maps are clear, though somewhat stylized; and the photographs, all from the Byrd Polar Research Center at Ohio State University, are well captioned.
Leonid Polyak, a research scientist at Byrd Polar Research Center at Ohio State University, Columbus, and his colleagues obtained sonar images of the Arctic Ocean floor through a unique collaboration between the U.S.
This temperature increase is nearly double what previous research has suggested, and reveals-for the first time-warming trends during the summer months of the Southern Hemisphere (December through February), said David Bromwich, professor of geography at Ohio State University and senior research scientist at the Byrd Polar Research Center.
Bryce, defending his research at a symposium at the Byrd Polar Research Center in September, acknowledged that "I am not a historian but a librarian."
The discovery of fossilized stumps of Glossopteris, a seed fern now extinct, supports the view that during the Permian period - years 250-280,000,000 ago - Antarctica had a climate much warmer than it does today, according to Edith Taylor, a research scientist with Ohio State University's Byrd Polar Research Center.
Research teams led by Ian Howat of the Byrd Polar Research Center at Ohio State University and Paul Morin, director of the Antarctic Geospatial Information Center at the University of Minnesota have been monitoring satellite images for changes in the Greenland ice sheet and its outlet glaciers.
Researchers from the Byrd Polar Research Center explain that levels of tritium, beta radioactivity emitters like strontium and cesium, and an isotope of chlorine are absent in all three cores taken from the Naimona'nyi glacier 19,849 feet (6,050 meters) high on the southern margin of the Tibetan Plateau.